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Si Said Museum

Visit an old-palace-turned-museum. Admire Hispano-Moorish carvings and woodwork. Learn more about Moroccan art.Observe Moroccan clothing, beaten copper, furniture and other antiques. Look at fantastic exhibits of Berber jewellery.

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Bahia Palace

Visit a palace built at the end of the 19th century. Learn more about the man who built it – the sultan’s grand vizier, Si Moussa. Find out why he named it after one of his wives. Walk through the gardens and courtyard and admire the traditional Moroccan craftsmanship.

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Medersa Benyoussef

An ancient college, Medersa Beyoussef was started in the 14th century during the Marinid period. Marinid Sultan Abu Al-Hassan founded it. Wander through 130 student dormitory cells constructed around a courtyardand observe the purely inscriptive and geometrical carvings. It is still known as one of North Africa’s largest theological colleges.

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Jemaa el-Fna Square

Visit one of Marrakech’s main cultural squares. Learn why Jemaa el-Fna Square has been a city symbol since the 11th century. Be entertained with musical, religious and artistic performances.